Mumbai Police have put up a list of all the injured and dead in the blast. The list covers more than 12 hospitals and is in Marathi. They have an Analysis of Mumbai Blast where a total number of dead and injured in various hospitals and nursing homes have been mentioned.

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Missing in Mumbai

July 12, 2006

Citizen Journalists from Mumbai have written in saying people are missing since Tuesday’s serial blasts in Mumbai.

Dhvanil Shah from Mumbai is looking for these two persons who are missing.

Missing in Mumbai

Veerashree from Mumbai is looking for Mr. Hemchandra Vishwanath Mastkar, aged approximately 65 years residing at Suyog C.H.S.Borivali (W) Mumbai-92. He is missing since Tuesday evening.

Missing in Mumbai

If you have any information regarding these men please, write to us at citizen@ibnlive.com. rockingdhvanil@gmail.com (Shah’s email id). veerashree@gmail.com (Veerashree’s email id)

Courtesy: CNN-IBN

A day after a series of bomb blasts rocked the city, Mumbai is back to normal. Trains on the Central line, Western line, Harbour line were on time. People are all set to go to office and resumed work as if nothing happened.

The Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil, who visited the Mumbai blast sites and some hospitals, said that the Mumbai police is investigating Tuesday’s attacks but have found no clues so far. He also said that 183 persons lost their lives in these blasts and 714 were injured.
Out of 183 dead, 123 have already been identified and 72 have been handed over to their relatives for conducting last rites, he said.

“The railway ministry has decided to give Rs 5 lakh to the families of the victims and a suitable job to one person in the family. All the treatment expenses would be met by the railway ministry even in cases of private hospitals. Most of the injured will also be compensated. The state government has also announced an ex-gratia of Rs 1 lakh each to the family of the victim,” he said.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will address the nation at 8 pm in the wake of serial blasts set off by terrorists in Mumbai on Tuesday.He is also likely to visit Mumbai later this week, the sources said.

Courtesy: Rediff

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Blood Required

July 12, 2006

Large quantities of blood needed. Any of u who can, pls do so at the nearest hospital.

If u have any frnds around borivali, pls ask them to contact me on 9820154049 or akhil on 9821544637. We are trying to arrange a blood donation camp at Eksar, Borivali. For groups of four and its multiples, we will arrange free transportation (depending on availability of vehicles loaned by friends).

Borivali is one of the worst affected. Your friends can go directly to Bhagwati Hospital and offer blood or call us for information on nearest blood collection camp around Borivali.

Cheers, Bala

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Sion Hospital has made an appeal for 1600 bottles of blood.

That’s Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Gen, Hopital & Medical College Sion 24076381(202) / 24073418 / 24082504 / 24092020 / 24074539 (P)

Mumbai relived a nightmare when seven explosions shook the city within minutes on Tuesday evening. Reports said more than 100 people had died and many were injured.

The target was Mumbai’s life-line — its local train services — timed to catch the evening rush.

The first blast occurred in a first-class compartment of a local train near Khar station at 6.24 p.m and six more had occurred within the next 11 minutes all on trains or at or near railway stations.

The other blasts occurred at Mira Road, Matunga, Santa Cruz, Jogeshwari, Borivili and Bhayendar railway stations.

All explosions were reported to have taken place in first class compartments of trains at a time when a large chunk of the commercial capital is returning home from office.

Police said more than 100 people had died. Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh reassured the citizens of Mumbai that things were under control. He saked the people to keep calm and not panic in reaction to rumours.

Mumbai was stunned before the panic set in. There was chaos and crush as people rushed to safety. Many were seen lying on the rail tracks.

Eyewitnesses said rain was hampering rescue work as the injured were carried to hospital. The injured at Santa Cruz station were taken to the nearby V N Desai hospital and another 20 were admitted to the KEM Hospital in Parel.

As people tried to reach their own, local phone lines were jammed and communication within the city and from outside became impossible. All trains on the Western line route have been suspended.

Police cordoned off all railway stations on the line and strict checking was carried out at the Central and Harbour sections of local trains services.

The blasts brought live fading memories of the BEST blasts of 2003. Reports said the city once again sprang to the rescue of its people, while official help was tardy.

Meanwhile, Delhi was put on high alert after the serial blasts in Srinagar and Mumbai through the day.

The Centre went into a huddle, with the Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil rushing to meet Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.

Later, Patil read out a statement from Dr Singh in which he said the fight against terrort would continue.

Indiatimes.

Mumbai Train Blasts

July 11, 2006

A series of blasts has rocked Mumbai again. It’s terrifying. 8 blasts all on the suburban railway network within a span of 20-30 minutes. TV channels are covering the whole thing and trust me, it’s really depressing watching those dead on the television screen. All the phone lines are jammed and so is the cellular service. An emergency meeting has been called by the PM and the police is not sure of the number of casualties. I’ll be updating this blog with all the latest information available from the net and watching live television.

I have a request – if anyone has witnessed the blasts or want to post messages about themselves or their friends being safe, have pictures or more information, kindly send it to me at

mumbaiblasts@gmail.com